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Optimize your Twitter profile performance with ManageFlitter

If you’re a Twitter user, with a personal or professional account, you’ve probably visited a lot of profiles that have many followers, that know when is the right time to tweet, and that generally have a really viral account. Well, guess what, this doesn’t take only time and effort, but also some expert help.

A social media tool a brand should already be using, concerning Twitter, is ManageFlitter.

What ManageFlitter does?

ManageFlitter has a lot of features and provides you with a set of easy to use tools to empower you to work smarter and faster with Twitter. It can sort your followers/following lists by a range of criteria, find new people to follow, that are interested in your field of expertise, find out when most of your followers are online and schedule tweets appropriately with the PowerPost feature, track who unfollowed you, as well as manage multiple Twitter accounts.

PowerPost and Analytics

PowerPost is one of the best features of ManageFlitter. It allows you to find the best time to post Tweets based on your account and your followers.

Analytics will help you understand the long term trends for your viral activity and if the campaigns you're running or people you're following work to increase engagement.

Follow, Unfollow and Search

Once you log in with your Twitter account, ManageFlitter will scan your profile and immediately show you the people who you've followed who don't follow you back, are inactive, have no profile image, are talkative or not, are spammers or have fake profiles, people who have more following users than followers and many more. Sort by a range of criteria including influence, date of follow and many more attributes.

ManageFlitter will also help you find people with relevant interest to yours. These people will see your follow and are likely to follow you back. Filter by keywords, followers, account age, location and much more.

Some features of ManageFlitter, like Analytics, are only available for Pro and Business accounts, or have limited use for basic accounts, but still it has a lot to give, even if you’re using it for free!

ManageFlitter will make your Twitter's profile management easier, so pay a visit to, and give us your feedback!
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